Saturday, April 13, 2024

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Maryland Crab Cake (and Brewery) Tour Day 25: A Weis choice for fresh ice cream, Friendly Farms and Big Truck beer

The 25th day of the Maryland Crab Cake Tour presented by The Maryland Lottery, Goodwill, Window Nation and the Restaurant Association of Maryland led us on the ice cream path to Weis Markets dairy facility in Sunbury, Pennsylvania on a gorgeous day for a drive and a stop at Friendly Farms in Upperco and a beer nearby at Big Truck in Hereford. Nothing like eating fresh ice cream soft served off the line!

Dennis Curtin of Weis Markets tells Nestor about all of those farms he’s passing on rurals roads this summer

Dennis Curtin of Weis Markets tells Nestor about all of those farms he's passing on rurals roads this summer

From that lovely little farm on that rolling hillside to your kitchen table

Dennis Curtin of Weis Markets tells Nestor about all of those farms he's passing on rurals roads this summer

Hannah Gratti of Weis Markets invites Nestor up to beautiful Sunbury, Pennsylvania for a dairy tour and seasonal tasting this week

Hannah Gratti of Weis Markets invites Nestor up to beautiful Sunbury, Pennsylvania for a dairy tour and seasonal tasting this week

Celebrating National Ice Cream by going to the tasty place where they make the Weis stuff

Hannah Gratti of Weis Markets invites Nestor up to beautiful Sunbury, Pennsylvania for a dairy tour and seasonal tasting this week to celebrate the national holiday everyone can agree is delicious. What's your favorite Weis ice cream flavor? More than 50 to choose from next time you're in the frozen aisle.
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